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Line Drawing Editor

Postby Floyd Meredith » Fri, Dec 22 2006, 1:55PM

I printed out an elevation view of a wall in the line drawing editor for the electrician on a kitchen I am doing and it was so small you could barely read the dimensions.

Is there a way to make the image larger when printing it out?

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Postby DanEpps » Fri, Dec 22 2006, 3:06PM

You can zoom in and enlarge the drawing before printing it.

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Postby Floyd Meredith » Fri, Dec 22 2006, 3:27PM

Thanks Dan. I had printed out three different walls and was zoomed in on all of them. Two of them were ok and the third was real small. I tried it again and it was ok.

Just one of those \"computer things\".

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Postby DanEpps » Fri, Dec 22 2006, 4:20PM

It was probably a loose nut on the keyboard :joker:

Sorry Floyd, but you've been around long enough now to tease :lol:

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Postby Floyd Meredith » Fri, Dec 22 2006, 7:25PM

That would be me for sure, Dan.

Actually, I think we all know who is the loose nut around here. lol


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Postby DanEpps » Fri, Dec 22 2006, 7:40PM

Floyd Meredith wrote:That would be me for sure, Dan.

Actually, I think we all know who is the loose nut around here. lol


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Who...me??? :joker:

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Postby Mike Bowers » Sat, Dec 23 2006, 11:34AM

DanEpps wrote:
Floyd Meredith wrote:That would be me for sure, Dan.

Actually, I think we all know who is the loose nut around here. lol


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Yes.....Or at least you would get my vote :lol:
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Postby Michael Yeargain » Sat, Dec 23 2006, 3:23PM

I think they are all talking about the mouse in your pocket Dan,...


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Postby Vince Lisanti » Tue, Dec 26 2006, 10:14AM

Floyd,

To zoom in on the object on the page only and not the whole page, just highlight the wall or cabinet or assembly first , than hold your shift key down and your left and right mouse buttons at the same time while moving your mouse to enlarge the object or make it smaller in comparison to the page outline. Than when you print, it will be the size you want .

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